Oct 31, 2016 5:24 PM
CONCORD — The new Sewalls Falls Bridge is just days away from opening to traffic.
The 400-foot bridge spans the Merrimack River connecting residents to the east end of Concord.
The $11 million dollar project replaces the original, run-down bridge that had been reduced to a single lane of traffic.
The bridge is expected to be completely finished in June, Mike Cole, vice president of E.D. Swett, the contracting company tasked with building the bridge said.
As the bridge opens for traffic, cosmetic work and work on the walkways will take place.
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